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  • ...le:Conversationprism.jpeg|thumbnail|right|Diagram depicting various social media and the type of activity they promote.]] ...(2008). "Social media road maps exploring the futures triggered by social media". VTT Tiedotteita – Valtion Teknillinen Tutkimuskeskus (2454): 13.]</ref>
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  • ...le:Conversationprism.jpeg|thumbnail|right|Diagram depicting various social media and the type of activity they promote.]] ...(2008). "Social media road maps exploring the futures triggered by social media". VTT Tiedotteita – Valtion Teknillinen Tutkimuskeskus (2454): 13.]</ref>
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  • ...shing-by-the-media What are the most blatant examples of ciswashing by the media?]</ref><ref>[http://www.autostraddle.com/yet-another-news-outlet-fails-quee
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  • ...f>[http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/4651368.stm Met chief accuses media of racism]</ref> hospitals,<ref name="hospital">[http://thesocietypages.org
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  • ===Media=== While it might seem strange that such people would be given mainstream media coverage, it is a common occurrence. Recent examples include, {{wpl|Carolin
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  • ==Media representation== ...ION_NUM:bgsu1245709749</ref> They are often played by cisgender men in the media.
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  • ...priate (or even exclusive and/or overwhelming) representation in industry, media, and government. Typical [[Role models|role models]] in a society tend to r
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  • ...eer-review-on-sex-differences-in What a difference a day makes: How social media is transforming scientific debate], by Dorothy Bishop</ref><ref>[http://blo
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  • ...me disparate and unpredictable forms. An essay, or film, or other piece of media might trigger a person, as could a sound or a smell, a physical space, a sp TWs have gained broad usage both online — on [[social media]] sites such as [[Twitter]], [[LiveJournal]], and [[Tumblr]], as well as on
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  • ...uals are treated by police to the way rape is portrayed in fiction and the media. Rape culture is steeped in institutionalized [[misogyny]], having at its
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  • '''Reddit''' is a controversial and popular [[social media]] website for sharing links and text posts. It is organised into "subreddit
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  • '''4chan''' is an infamous image board (a type of [[social media]] website). It was created in 2003 in an attempt to create an English versi === Social media ===
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  • ...l?id=ZC9FnQEACAAJ Developing New Perspectives on Race: An Innovative Multi-media Social Studies Curriculum in Race Relations for the Secondary Level], by Pa ...ld socialization, by the dynamics of who lives where and who one sees, the media presence of those with more social privilege versus those with less, the fr
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  • ...ng-safe-space-on-social-media/ In Defense of Creating Safe Space on Social Media]
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  • Due to the fact that truscum are overwhelmingly a [[social media]] phenomenon, with a less than rigorously defined ideology, there are as of
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  • ...at, being blunted by the Great Depression (and possibly the advent of mass media), until black people liberated themselves through Civil Rights. However, it
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  • ...rdpress.com/2012/02/12/british-media-in-a-tizzy-over-pregnant-man/ British media in a tizzy over pregnant man]</ref> and that all women can get pregnant; th
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  • '''Tumblr''' is a [[social media]] network based around sharing images and short-format [[blogging]]. Users [[Category:Social media]]
    1 KB (219 words) - 10:52, 15 December 2014
  • ...[[gender-variant]] people have fewer positions of power), [[racism]] and [[media bias]]. This is not to imply that [[lesbians]] are not affected by internal
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  • Variations and combinations of these properties exist both inside and outside media, but these properties are commonly applied to images of objectified bodies. ...or another object, often one being sold, such as a car or a beer brand. In media production, the idea of the [[Sexy lamp test|sexy lamp test]] is related.
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  • ...exy lamp test''' is a test of [[woman|women's]] and [[female]] presence in media proposed by Kelly Sue DeConnick.<ref>[http://kellysue.com/ Kelly Sue DeConn
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  • ...on themselves. Though there is nothing inherently wrong with men consuming media created for girls, bronies have essentially hijacked a safe space for women
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